Sheinbaum in Tultepec ensures the continuity of the 4T

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For the second day in a row Claudia Sheinbaum Pardo attacked former presidents Ernesto Zedillo and Felipe Calderón, of whom he made a remembrance What he said increased inequalities among the population, which is why he assured that they put the democracy from the country.

At an event for militants de Morena, in Tultepec, the National Coordinator of Defense of the Fourth Transformation, asserted that the 4T is a partner movement that with the help of the people has managed to improve the living conditions of Mexicans, but I highlight that there is still work to do to compensate for past damage

"We have made a lot of progress and we are going to continue advancing because we fight for well-being, for democracy for freedoms, so that Zedillo and Calderón do not come and say that democracy is at risk, they put democracy at risk, we with our movement and “The people of Mexico defend democracy in our country,” he stated.

"Let Zedillo not come and say that democracy is at risk, they put democracy at risk! We, with our movement and with the government of Mexico, defend democracy," he noted.

He recalled that the six-year term of Ernesto Zedillo The so-called “December error” came and the private debt of the bankers was made public with the so-called “FOBAPROA”, which was going to cost Mexicans 125 billion pesos.

The Ex boss The capital government assured that former President Felipe Calderón “invented a war in Mexico, a war against drugs, and he spoke when innocent people died from collateral damage.”

"That it is a war, a permit to kill outside of justice, and today we recently learned that its Secretary of Security was the biggest drug trafficker in Mexico, what did Calderón leave behind? Death, misery and corruption," he stated before hundreds of militants. and the governor from the state of Mexico, Delfina Gómez, who was not at the event, since Claudia Sheinbaum stated that the INE could sanction her.

Therefore, he assured that corruption is now over in the country, “that corruption "that did so much damage to us and today there are resources to allocate to the people of Mexico," he stressed.

So the exhorted for the fourth transformation to continue.


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